A few business and technical leaders have said that extensible markup language
(SML) eliminates the need for the standardized electronic data interchange messages.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Microsoft has introduced a series of initiatives aimed to accelerate the widespread adoption of Extensible Markup Language
(XML) for electronic commerce and application integration.
By connecting to Fincad.net, the Object Factory offers an environment that combines local application development with remote financial market data, complex financial analytical business objects and data storage services using open standards, including component object model (COM), eXtensible markup language
(XML) and simple object access protocol (SOAP).
To expedite the use of speech-recognition devices, standards such as VoiceXML (voice extensible markup language
) are being defined and adopted.
The Directory Services suite will also be extended with a new product that uses eXtensible Markup Language
(XML) technology and Java LDAP servlet technology to provide a template mechanism for authoring HTML pages to access and update information in LDAP directory servers.
XML Global Technologies Inc., an eXtensible markup language
(XML) middleware company based in Vancouver, BC, has released GoXML[TM] Transform Central, an extended e-business transaction platform.
XML, or extensible markup language
, is a standard computer language that allows users to create tags for each piece of information on a Web page.
Actuate Software has added support for Extensible Markup Language
(XML) technology to its Internet-based report distribution software, known as the Actuate Reporting System.
Additionally, Envisient 2.0 can accept extensible markup language
(XML) feeds from any external e-commerce platform for the same real-time customer activity logging in the Envisient CRM.
Acord, a nonprofit developer of technology standards for the insurance and financial-services industries in the United States, and Canada's Centre for Study of Insurance Operations will work together on a single standard in North America for extensible markup language
, a key to electronic commerce.
C-Bridge, an E-enterprise consulting and services provider, has merged with eXcelon Corp., an eXtensible markup language
(XML) provider, to create what the companies say will be a "holistic" approach to collaborative data and supply chain management.
Over the past year, trading engines have evolved and are typically built upon XML (extensible markup language
), which allows structured data to be transferred from any application in a standard, consistent way.